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Here are the 2016 draws for the Clare, Galway and Offaly senior championships

The draws were made in the Banner, Tribes and Faithful counties.

CLARE, GALWAY AND Offaly club players discovered their fate for 2016 tonight with senior championship draws taking place.

Clare

In Clare reigning senior hurling champions Sixmilebridge were drawn against Crusheen while reigning football kingpins St Joseph’s Miltown will take on Wolfe Tones.

The Sixmilebridge team celebrate winning Sixmilebridge players celebrate their Clare county senior final win last year Source: Gareth Williams/INPHO

Senior hurling championship

  • Feakle v Cratloe
  • Sixmilebridge v Crusheen
  • Wolfe Tones v Newmarket-on-Fergus
  • Ballyea v Éire Óg
  • Clooney/Quin v Inagh/Kilnamona
  • Whitegate v O’Callaghans Mills
  • Tulla v Clarecastle
  • Clonlara v Kilmaley

Senior football championship

  • O’Currys v St Senans Kilkee
  • Corofin v Cratloe
  • St Breckans v Kilrush Shamrocks
  • Éire Óg v Kilmurry/Ibrickane
  • Lissycasey v Ennistymon
  • Doonbeg v Clondegad
  • St Josephs Doora/Barefield v Cooraclare
  • St Josephs Miltown v Wolfe Tones

Galway

In Galway, Corofin – who won the All-Ireland senior club title last year – will face Carna/Cashel as they begin their four-in-a-row county senior title bid.

Corofin players celebrate with the cup after the game Corofin were crowned All-Ireland senior club football champions on St Patrick's Day last Source: Cathal Noonan/INPHO

Senior football championship

  • Kilconly v Moycullen
  • Annaghdown v Caltra
  • Corofin v Carna-Cashel
  • Salthill-Knocknacarra v Miltown
  • Micheál Breathnach’s v Killererin
  • An Cheathrú Rua v Naomh Anna Leitir Mór
  • Barna v St Michael’s
  • Tuam Stars v Cortoon Shamrocks
  • St James v Caherlistrane
  • Killanin v Mountbellew-Moylough

Offaly

Finally in Offaly, reigning hurling champions Coolderry were drawn in Group 1 while Kilcormac-Killoughey – who completed three-in-a-row between 2012 and 2014 – are in Group 2.

Brian Carroll lifts the cup Coolderry captain Brian Carroll lifts the cup after their 2015 Offaly senior final win Source: Donall Farmer/INPHO

Senior hurling championship

Group 1

  • Coolderry
  • Birr
  • Seir Kieran
  • Shamrocks
  • Tullamore
  • Kinnitty

Group 2

  • St Rynagh’s
  • Kilcormac-Killoughey
  • Shinrone
  • Ballinamere
  • Belmont
  • Lusmagh

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